The Austin jeweler's pieces appeal to powerful women, including Beyoncé, Megan Thee Stallion, and Angelina Jolie.
More than twenty years after its founder died, Music of the Spheres continues to produce striking outdoor chimes.
Texas Sage Forge founder Sergio Menchaca makes custom pieces out of reclaimed metal and wood.
Anna Simmers unwinds from long days at MD Anderson Cancer Center by bringing cityscapes, flowers, and art masterpieces to life.
Jay and Heather Mallinckrodt used a century-old family cake recipe to test the prototype for a skillet that can also be handed down through the generations.
Beki Morris creates mosaic images from wine corks. By playing with textures, colors, and shapes, she creates impressive depth and detail.
Del Benedict collects previously shed deer and elk antlers to be made into handcrafted chandeliers, furniture, and accessories at his Fredericksburg shop.
From small woodland creatures to life-size figures, Cam Dockery has used chainsaws to carve more than 10,000 sculptures in his hometown of Whitharral.
Robert Lane took over City Shoe Shop in Palestine after his father’s death.
Retired forester Mike Woody lives in a log cabin in the Piney Woods creating intricate tree sculptures. You just can’t make this stuff up.
Kerrville County’s John Michon gives “hogwash” a new meaning with his Boar Brand line of body products.
Originally from Haiti, Paola Mathè has expanded her Fanm Djanm line to include bucket hats, headbands, and caftans.
Haydee Alonso’s diverse influences include Mexican cookies, strong women, and the Rio Grande.
Known for her handmade Fiesta gowns, San Antonio’s Veronica Prida co-launched a line of hair accessories and veils for weddings and other special occasions.
Nosheen Iqbal incorporates her Pakistani heritage into the embroidery and wood pieces that she crafts in her home studio near Dallas.
A creation by Dallas's Alfonso Hernandez is the pièce de résistance of any party.
Presenting 30 ideas sure to please everyone from the newest Texan to the most stressed-out friend on your list.
You’ll bring the party with you with one of these gifts for the host or gourmand.
These budget-friendly options don't skimp on style (well, except maybe for the Whataburger socks).
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This year, we could all use some calming presents, from CBD gummies to self-affirming candles.
If you're Texan, you're already cool. These items just make it official.
Jenny Nemlekar, who makes custom leather bags from her suburban home studio, learned to knit as a way to communicate with her Vietnamese grandmother.
The craftsman known for his stereo consoles and other custom pieces takes us into his studio.
Nao Tomii takes us along for the ride as he applies his background in sculpture to creating one-of-a-kind bikes in his studio.
She now runs her family business, but Joella Gammage Torres of Texas Hatters still enjoys the craft she learned as a teen.
Joella Gammage Torres uses the same tools as her grandfather and father at the celebrated hat shop in Lockhart, which has topped the heads of Willie Nelson, Jerry Jeff Walker, and many more.
The Wimberley-based furniture maker has built an audience for his record consoles, rocking chairs, and other one-of-a-kind pieces.
Austin’s Rebecca Wright creates wearable art from treasured pieces, such as the overalls she recently made for musician Benny Blanco.
Japanese native Nao Tomii applies his sculpting background to the handmade bikes he produces at his Austin workshop.
We've rounded up dozens of thoughtful gifts made by Texans, for Texans.
These playful treats are sure to delight the little ones and furry friends in your life.
Support Texas makers and fund a good cause at the same time.
Heirloom and handcrafted gifts to add personalized touches to any home.
Send a piece of the Lone Star State to anyone missing home.
Venny Etienne's newest Levenity line is based on the floral military jacket the Houston icon dons in ‘Black Is King.'
Despite the popular sunscreen brand's success and New York expansion, its founder says Texas is home.
Owners Rhianna and Cyrus Shennum, who specialize in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century jewelry, honor tradition with their custom pieces.
Ambitious Texans across the state are crafting, building, and designing goods in hopes that what they make will resonate and connect with their customers. Whether they’re independent small-batch artisans or shop owners, each is striving to create something special. We’ve scoured the big cities and the small towns for gifts—from
These sweet surprises, from a desert rose pin and leather bracelets to a warm wool beanie, are each under $30.
Make them feel like they're at a spa or luxury hotel with these relaxing treats.
Whether they like fishing, hiking, or just enjoying the outdoors, we’ve got the explorers on your list covered.
Send a piece of the Lone Star State to your favorite homesick Texans.
Pamper little ones and furry friends with these adorable toys and accessories.
From revamped cowboy boots to modern minimalist watches, Texas-made items are always fashion trailblazers.
Be the ideal party guest with any of these thoughtful and useful options for your host.
Waco native Cameron Morris customizes hats for Texans including Aaron Watson and Charley Crockett.
In her Austin studio, the designer relishes collaborative creativity with clients who spur her to experiment.
Clothing, jewelry, accessories, and more from Texas designers are sure to make an impression.
Everything a nature lover would need to enjoy the great outdoors, from a cozy blanket to sturdy and stylish boots.